Fresh take on Easter Story:
Edinburgh’s Easter Play in Princes Street Gardens gets a fresh perspective this Saturday, as new writer Kamala Jane Santos puts Mary, mother of Jesus, in the narrator’s role.
Shona Reppe talks of a tiny marvel:
There is something quite unique about the work of Shona Reppe, who is bringing her clever and particular show, The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean to the Scottish Storytelling Centre this week.
Theatre puts Science in the Spotlight:
With more performance than in any year since it was set up in 1989, the 2017 Edinburgh International Science Festival, running from 1 to 16 April, has the makings of a feast of theatre for adults and children alike.
Spamalot? It’s the big MAMA show:
Cheeky, cheerful and packed with a bunch of risque references, Monty Python’s Spamalot at the Brunton from Wednesday, is something of a change of style for the Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association.
EPT play Wilde at the Church Hill:
Edinburgh People’s Theatre is bringing one of the best loved and best known plays in English (outside Shakespeare), back to the Church Hill Theatre.
Bohemians open Parton’s 9 to 5 at King’s
The Bohemians open their new production of 9 to 5 The Musical at the King’s this week and audiences should expect some tantalising dance moves from the cast, to go along with Parton’s music and lyrics.
It’s Titanic at the King’s:
Southern Light Opera returns to the King’s Theatre this week with its 120th annual show, a mammoth production of Titanic The Musical that the company hopes will get right into the soul of the tragedy.
Beatles Show goes out on tour:
Edinburgh-based Siege Perilous productions is taking its 2015 EdFringe hit, A Life With The Beatles, out on tour.
Black Dingo bring rare Pinter shorts to Roxy:
In times of great perturbation, when fascism appears to be on the rise, the works of Harold Pinter become ever more relevant.
65th consecutive panto for EPT
When Edinburgh People’s Theatre take to the Church Hill Theatre stage this Friday, 9 December 2016 with Goldilocks and the Three Bears, it will be the company’s 65th consecutive pantomime.